Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
After a suspended Kickstarter campaign, the anonymizing router returns with promises of a fresh design and better security. But the new story doesn't quite add up.
The prototype real time social media monitor will only look at publicly available data though, according to the plans
Now you can erase recent browsing history easily or even search without being tracked, nice differentiators at a time when Firefox is battling to retain market share.
Tor users are neither 'invisible nor untouchable,' a law enforcement official says. And the government proved it, with massive raids that closed hundreds of sites.
The company has received requests for .onion SSL certificates after issuing one to Facebook
The organization ranked 39 digital communication tools based on security features and best practices
Brad Smith is ready for arms-control talks as tech companies and law enforcement fight a running battle on privacy.
But a DOJ lawyer calls on an appeals court to overturn an injunction against the phone records collection program
Digital Editions 4.0.1 doesn't send data on e-books without DRM and uses encryption
The privacy and security critics were right: Third-parties can and are using Verizon's UIDH strings for their own purposes.
Facebook is also working on a mobile Tor site
RAPPOR has been released under an open-source license
Retaining flight data would violate fundamental rights, opponents said
If IP addresses are considered personal data, that could be a win for some privacy advocates.
Apple's boss was his usual coy self at an industry conference, but still revealed a few hints of the future.